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Broker's Call

The interest rate at which banks make loans to brokers in order to finance margin loans for their clients. Because the broker wishes to make a profit on his/her own margin loans, he/she offers margin loans at a premium to the broker's call rate. Margin loan rates are quoted with respect to the broker's call rate, which is published daily in different periodicals.
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The Shadow Brokers call the Twitter user "Doctor" but do not mention the actual account.
"Most of the brokers call other brokers to find out what is the asking price and get more information.
When loan brokers call CFS Direct looking for a loan program, CFS can upload the loan applicant's information, such as credit history and criminal record, and the software will tell the broker for what loan programs the applicant qualifies.
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BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee launched an online Marketing Assistance Program for brokers called MAR The service enables brokers to purchase pre-approved BlueCross-branded advertising and marketing materials directly from the Web.
The benchmark index of stocks in Sri Lanka hit the year's high Friday, rising 3.3% on what brokers called positive speculation on the Dec.
Fiber-optic issues moved up after sliding last week due to what brokers called ''Nortel shock,'' or the earnings warning by major fiber-optic equipment maker Nortel Networks.